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Steve Bruce should urge Mike Ashely to dig deeper and sign Chelsea defender Fikayo Tomori for Newcastle United on loan during the January transfer window.
Which is the word?
According to the Daily mailBruce has been requesting more information on Tomori’s situation ahead of a possible move to get the middle half in a temporary deal this month.
Toon’s boss is eager to upgrade his team in the mid-season market, after a steady start to the season left St. James’ Park natives comfortably out of the drop zone but distant from European venues .
Should Newcastle sign Tomori from Chelsea on loan?
Yes, it would be an improvement
No it’s not good enough
Newcastle is expected to work on a tight budget on January sales, although funds will be available in case the magpies ditch the low-impact ones, as Bruce is also looking for a creative new wide-forward, an infield midfielder. a frame and a full-back.
Tomori has been turned away on the sidelines at Stamford Bridge following the arrival of Thiago Silva in the summer, with Chelsea head coach Frank Lampard choosing not to field the England international in any Premier League match. from the second day.
The former Canadian U20 star played the final 45 minutes of September’s 2-0 loss to Liverpool, before being omitted from 10 of the next 18 teams after snub a one season loan agreement to join West Ham United on the deadline.
David Moyes’ Irons had reached an agreement with Chelsea whereby the Hammers would pay a £ 50,000 fine every time Tomori didn’t show up, but they were rejected by the 23-year-old as it decided that staying in South West London presented the best option for its development.
Time to dig deeper
However, Tomori’s decision to remain at Stamford Bridge has yet to work for him, and Lampard frequently favoring Kurt Zouma alongside the great Brazilian Silva, and as such should consider leaving Chelsea on loan this month.
If Tomori accepts a temporary move out of South West London, Mike Ashley must reach into his pocket to satisfy any demand from Chelsea for a mid-season loan and acquire Bruce a £ 15.5 million titan than Lampard believe he’s a “fantastic” talent.
The 6-foot center half was very impressive during his chances to feature in the Premier League last season, with Tomori helping four clean sheets in 15 starts that included 1.9 successful tackles, 1.5 interceptions and 2.8 punts per game, according to SofaScore.
He also won 5.2 duels per game with a 62% success rate, played 67.1 accurate passes, including 0.3 key balls, and took 89.9 touches that helped deliver 0.4 shots for a goal.
No current Newcastle central defender is averaging more successful tackles per league game than Tomori did last season, with Federico Fernandez leading the charts, as well as in total passes with a count close to half that of Tomori.
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